Vol. VI No. 41 - Tuesday December 4 - December 10, 2007
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Long Live His Majesty King
Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great

The light of His land, the pride of His people and a shining example to all peoples of the world

(Photo courtesy Bureau of the Royal Household)

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On this most auspicious occasion, Chiang Mai Mail would like to join the Kingdom of Thailand in celebration of December 5, the 80th Anniversary of the Birth of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great, the longest reigning monarch in the world today. We invite you to pick up a copy of the very special 80-page color commemorative publication, written by special correspondent Peter Cummins, paying tribute to this most beloved Monarch. Available at Chiang Mai Mail offices and selected outlets.

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Two international societies honour HM the King for inventiveness

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DEPDC Hosts Mekong Youth Network Conference in Udon Thani

The Development Education Program for Daughters and Communities (DEPDC) is a non-profit community based education and human trafficking prevention NGO located in Mae Sai. DEPDC offers free education, a safe shelter and accommodation to at risk women and children in order to prevent their being trafficked into the sex industry or other exploitative labor situations.

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Is Ford saying Ta Ta to Jaguar?

As reported here some time ago, the beleaguered Ford Motor Company has been shedding its other brand investments as it attempts to get its own financial figures in the black. Aston Martin was the first to get the heave-ho, and now Jaguar and Land Rover are next on the chopping block.

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Around Town

It was a very successful evening when Oliver Hargreaves’s new travel book on Phuket and Phi Phi was launched at the Writer’s Club recently. Among the many guests was former Miss Thailand Areeya Sirisopha “Pop”, (right picture 2nd left) who is a graduate from the University of Michigan, and the Secretary of the London Press Club.

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Lanna Yi Peng celebrations, the most spectacular ever

Earlier this year, Madame Mayor Dr. Duantemduang na Chiang Mai promised residents and visitors the biggest and most spectacular Loi Krathong Festival ever held in Chiang Mai,

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